The Saturday Night Live season finale opened with the tribute of the Trump administration to the Queen's "Don & # 39; t Stop Me Now" in the Oval Office.
Alec Baldwin as President Trump told the camera that he was excited about summer.
"Turning to the things I never have time for: play golf, visit friends in jail, and enjoy the new tariffs from China."
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"Tonight I'll have a really good time," Baldwin grimaced as Queens's legendary song swelled.
He was soon joined by the "SNL" cast of actors portraying Melania Trump, sons Eric and Don Jr., Mike Pence, Sarah Sanders, Kanye West, and Clarence Thomas for the showstopper.
"The Supreme Court is ready for a fight against abortion! We have the votes now! Women are shitty! "Kenan Thompson co-opted as Judge Clarence Thomas in a reference to the recent spate of pro-life bills in several states.
"I want to make you a Chick-Fil-A-man! "Beck Bennett came as a pence – an obvious testament to the controversy surrounding the LGBTQ stance of the fast food chain.
Kate McKinnon joined guitar soloist Rudy Giuliani towards the end and promised he would live another 150 years "and the Iron Throne will be mine!
Finally, Robert De Niro made a surprise appearance and praised his role as Special Representative Robert Mueller, who was trying to "say something to the American people to hear" before Balwin's Trump interrupted him "without consultation". "
" I would not be Donald Trump if I did not say, & # 39; sign up next season to see who lives and who dies, "mocked Baldwin. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP.
Paul Rudd moderated the finale of season 44 of the sketch show, DJ Khalid was the musical guest, with SNL's 45th season premiering this fall.